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We currently have few open vacancies. Deadline for all the applications is 12:00 noon on Friday 12th March 2021, however applications will be shortlisted as they come in, and any of the below vacancy openings may close early, therefore we do recommend applying as soon as possible.

To apply please read person specifications and job descriptions below, and fill in application form (no CVs will be accepted) and return it to info@surreycoalition.org.uk BEFORE 12:00 noon on Friday 12th March 2021

For details of particular jobs please see below:

  1. Technology Training Officer
  2. Digital Inclusion Outreach Officer
  3. Digital Inclusion Volunteering Assistant

Technology Training Officer

Surrey Coalition has been awarded funding from the Community Foundation for Surrey (CFS) Coronavirus response fund.
Digital exclusion is recognised as a health inequality in its own right, and disabled people are disproportionately affected by it. This funding has been awarded to support disabled adults with digital inclusion during the pandemic and into the recovery period.

HOURS: Part time (15 hours per week)
TERM: Fixed term 12-month contract
SALARY: £11, 700 per annum actual (FTE £28, 080 per annum)

Purpose of the role
The over-arching purpose of the role is to enable more disabled people to use technology in their daily lives to aid wellbeing and independence.
The role is made up of 3 parts: the delivery of one to one and group training for disabled people, production of training resources including webinars and the delivery of monthly training sessions with our staff and team of volunteer Tech Angels.


Digital Inclusion Outreach Officer

HOURS: Part time (30 hours per week worked flexibly)
TERM: Fixed term 12-month contract
SALARY: £19, 992 – £21, 658 per annum pro rata depending on experience and qualifications (£24, 000 – £26, 000 FTE)

Purpose of the role
To pro-actively work with communities in the identified area to approach those who are experiencing digital exclusion and to enrol them in the project. To coordinate referrals into and through the project, making sure that residents get the support they need to get (and stay) connected. To work closely with the Volunteering Assistant to help to recruit a team of ‘Tech Angels’ from the communities that are experiencing digital exclusion, so that project participants can benefit from their support and training.


Digital Inclusion Volunteering assistant

HOURS: Part time (18 hours per week worked flexibly)
TERM: Fixed term 12-month contract
SALARY: £11, 000 – £12, 000 per annum pro rata depending on experience and qualifications (£22, 000 – £24, 000 FTE)

Purpose of the role
Working with the Tech to Community Connect Volunteer Coordinator, recruit, train, support and coordinate a team of Volunteer Tech Angels to assist residents in becoming digitally connected to reduce loneliness and isolation. Administrative support to the project, including assisting in managing a device library and coordination of pick-ups and drop-offs of equipment.


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